Bullying is outrageous and inexcusable, and those responsible should be held accountable, both civilly and criminally, to the extent that the harm suffered to the victim can be definitively traced to the conduct of the bullies. Bullying and school liability: what administrators should know can schools be held legally accountable for student bullying if so, under what circumstances.
intro: in today's society, bullying has become an epidemic that seems to get worse as the years progress claim: bullies should be held accountable for their actions especially if their actions result in the death of their victim, whether this is by the hands of the bully or at their own hands. Parents of bullies should have to pay fines this would definitely help stop the bullying that takes place in the school system i think that for the most part, most parents do not even know that their child is a bully. When bullying behavior constitutes sexual harassment or a violation of civil rights in some other way, school authorities should be responsive to their legal obligations schools should not use zero-tolerance policies that assign harsh consequences for violating a school rule, regardless of the context or severity of behavior.
No, students who bully others should not be held legally responsible if their victim commits suicide, because that is a way of holding one person accountable for another person's actions people who have bullied but whose bullying is minor would end up facing disproportionate charges if their victims are extremely sensitive. Bullying people heads to suicide yes, bullies should be held criminally liable because they are the people who created the trouble for the suicidal victim. Parents need to be more involved with their children, and stop bullying in its tracks if not, parents need to be held accountable, too some legal minds also want to punish parents whose.
But if parents fail to take these steps and their child bullies others, should the parents themselves be held criminally responsible latest attempt at accountability an ordinance approved last month by the monona, wisconsin, common council allows parents of children who bully to be fined $114. It shouldn't take legal action for schools to act on bullying june 30, 2015 411pm edt threats of legal action may force schools to take action on bullying, but this should not be their main driver. I think they should but going after bullies legally could be expensive and sticky depending on the laws where the victim lives if the bullies parents are very,very rich they can afford the best attorneys and drag the case out in court for years. Society should be concerned, he said, when it appears that the government is prosecuting people not for what they did, but for what the victim did in response finding the right level of. Claims against the perpetrators of bullying may arise if the victim fatally injures him or herself as a result of their actions however, school districts may also be held liable.
Of course bullies should be held legally responsible for their actions the verbal, emotional or physical harm they cause that leads to suicides there is no legal. Finally, bullies should be legally responsible for their actions because it would act as a deterrent when most people bully, they don't really have any fear of consequences because they know that there really aren't any, which is exactly why there should be serious consequences. While the school's legal accountability is still in question, the boston news reports that several bullying experts believe that the school's leadership should have shown greater regard for phoebe's safety and wellbeing given the multiple reports of threats and harassments. Bullying and hazing are problems that have tormented school-age children for years but, should bullies be held legally responsible for any harm they cause.
In addition to being a form of harassment, bullies should be held legally accountable for their actions because those who bully know the difference between right and wrong in the case of minors, when bullying gets brought up, many people bring up the fact that their brains are not fully developed until the age of 20 or so. Bullies should be held to account early on we shouldn't wait until someone dies before they are punished if victims know there will be early intervention, they will be far less likely to even consider suicide. Bullying has become an increasing issue in schools these bullies need to be held legally accountable for their actions bullying behavior is repetitive and can be extended over a long period of time.